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CDATA's \n to <BR>

I'm working with XSLT for changing XML to XSLT.

for example, I have the follower xml data
---------
<article writer="you">
<contents><![CDATA[
Hello,
How are you?
]]></contents>
---------

then I want to get the following html
---------
<div>Writer : you</div>
<p>Hello,<br>
Hwo are you?</br>
</p>
---------

As you see, I put "<br>\n" whenever meet new line.

How can I get this html through XSLT?
Any hint?

Jul 20 '05 #1
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